BioMan4R2 Call for Innovation and Business Transformation Financial Supports is open

DEADLINE: 02 July 2023

BioMan4R2 (Biomanufacturing Eurocluster for Recovery and Resilience in EU) - Euroclusters project provides financial support to  European small and medium-sized companies (SME) from Biomanufacturing and MedTech sector. SMEs from can benefit from various service providers and experts to improve their effectiveness or level of innovation, valorization and/or marketing of products and/or services and increase their competitiveness.

SMEs from the biomanufacturing and medical technology sectors are eligible to apply for up to €60,000 under the BioMan4R2 Eurocluster funding scheme until July 2, 2023.  

2 types of financial support are available:

 1. Innovation (maximum 60 000€ per SME).

Funding is available for collaborative projects between SMEs and partners from different sectors with common challenges related to resilience, sustainability or digital transformation, as well as evaluation and validation of existing products.

 2. Business Transformation (maximum 15 000€ per SME).

Funding will be provided for training in technology adoption, digitalization and sustainable supplier business models, as well as the development of training programs for SMEs in digitalization and digital skills. Also funded are resilience analyses, business continuity plans, market access strategies, advice on reimbursement or regulation.

Use to the BioMan4R2 matchmaking platform to find and connect with service providers or collaboration partners to complete your application.

For more information:

Presentation of the 1st online info seminar via this LINK

Recording of 1st online info seminar: LINK

Recording of 2nd online info seminar: LINK

Link to Questions and Answers

Take advantage of the opportunity to conduct virtual match-making sessions with providers or collaborators!

Disclaimer:Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EISMEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them

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